Not to be confused with today's German city of Aachen
Aachenball was an free imperial city and capital city of HREball.
Aachenball was founded in 962 by HREball. Early history say flint quarries attracted people in the Neothlic times. The Roman Empire eventually took over, but it collapsed in the end of 4th B.C. It didn't really collapse, so the residents took over. One man, called Pepin the Short, hosted a castle residence, due to the proximity of the hot springs and also for strategic reasons as it is located between the Rhinelandball and northern Franceball. Pepin spent both Christmas and Easter at Aqus Villa, sporting a royal household for several months. Charlemagne came and spent his whole there, dying in 814 A.D. After his death, the king was buried in the church he built in Aachenball.
In 936, Otto I was crowned in the church Charlemagne built. But when Otto II ruled, riots broke out in Franceball and West Franks raided Acchenball. Another revolt broke out, lead by Odo of Champagne, attacked the imperial palace while the Conrad was not at present. Odo was killed, and Aachenball received fortifying walls to prevent further attacks. Germanyball decided to reign over, and most kings who ruled over the Holy Roman Empireball was crowned in Aachenball. He remained a city of religious importance, trading furs.